Volume 11, Issue 3, 2007
The third International Conference Working on Safety, 12-15 September 2006 in Eemhof, the Netherlands, resulted in a large number of papers. Contributions, which have passed successful peer-review, are published in the present issue of the Safety Science Monitor.
Further papers from the WOS III will be found in Safety Science.
Tore J Larsson
- Roeser, S.,
"Ethical Intuitions about Risk"
- Angelica M. Vecchio-Sadus,
"Enhancing safety culture through effective communication"
- Reinert, D., Flaspöler, E., Hauke, A. & Brun, E.,
"Identification of emerging occupational safety and health risks"
- Zwetsloot G.I.J.M., Gort J., Zwanikken S., Steyger N., van der Vorm J., Gallis R. and Starren A.,
"Safety in a complex world as the result of co-creation and co-learning by key agents - Towards a vision on living safety organisations"
- Boven, F.E. van,
"Dependence in the ’’risk = probability * effect’’ model when applied to tropical cyclones making landfall"
- Wiig, S. and Aase, K,
"Fallible humans in infallible systems? Learning from errors in health care"
- Frank Guldenmund,
"Much Ado about Safety Culture"
- Paul Swuste,
"Qualitative methods for occupational risk prevention strategies in safety, or Control banding – Safety"
- Walker, D.,
"Evaluation of Partnerships for Health and Safety"